By Obaloluwa Joshua, LAGOS
The Super Eagles of Nigeria will take on the Warriors of Zimbabwe in an artificial turf next week.
The 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying fixture matchday two encounter will be played at the 20,000-capacity Huye Stadium.
The stadium which is located in Butare, which is 135 kilometres south of Rwandan capital, Kigali has an artificial turf.
Zimbabwe has no approved stadium of their own and must play their home games at a neutral venue.
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The Warriors will begin their qualifying campaign away to Rwanda on November 15 and then at home to Nigeria four days later.